LIFE EDIT: THOUGHT PROVOKING BLOG POSTS YOU MUST READ

I admit that I read a lot of fluffy bits of journalism. It’s easier to catch up on the latest Kardashian family feud than read about a medical breakthrough and while there is nothing wrong with a bit of celeb news after a while I start to crave something with a bit more substance.

Today I’ll be linking up articles written by fellow bloggers which I found interesting and I think you will too! 

If you’ve ever felt like you’ve had Imposter Syndrome, this post is a must read! Felicia from The Beauty and The Geek AU has written a really interesting article on what Imposter Syndrome is and ways to manage it. As someone who experiences this syndrome frequently I definitely felt less alone after reading it.

Do you often find yourself apologising to others for the way you look? Comments like “sorry that my hair is so dirty” and “I dressed horribly today” and so forth? It’s worth reading this article by one of my favourites bloggers Sharni from A Girl & Grey. I’m So Tired Of People Apologising For Their Appearancehas to be one of the most honest and accurate bits of writing I’ve ever read. I’ve been guilty of this many times and Sharni’s article made me question why I even feel the need to do that.

If you’re a fan of inspirational quotes I think you’ll love this post by The Sunday Chapter. It’s a great way to remind ourselves the importance of being true to oneself and to live an authentic life.

If you’re a fellow introvert this article by Grace from The Stripe is a must read! It’s nice to know that others go through the same experiences; it definitely makes me feel less alone.

I loved reading Kat’s list of 30 Things I’ve Learned at 30! I think it’s a must read for women of all ages and everyone can take something important away from it.

Let me know if any of these articles inspired you, made you ponder or were relatable!

xo Roxane. 

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